Electricity is one of the least visible elements of state-of-the-art data centres. And yet, it’s also one of the most important. After all, a server without electricity is just a giant useless jumble of metal parts.
In order to power our modern world and keep it running efficiently, we need electrical engineers to create, design, and manage electrical systems. If that sounds like your cup of tea, you can start to build a foundation and boost your career prospects with this
Taught by John Peterson, a registered professional engineer with a specialty in mission-critical and data centre design, and Ahmed Mahdy, an electrical power engineer with an instructor rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars, this course bundle breaks down the basics of power engineering in data centres across 32 hours of content. You’ll also dive into the specifics of how electrical engineering works with the framework of the internet, as it’s a major part of our everyday lives.
You’ll kick things off with beginner courses on data centres, where you’ll get a general introduction to data centre types, sizes, and priorities, cooling and mechanical systems, and the power and electrical systems that keep them up and running.
From there, you’ll dive into simulating power systems and power electronics using MATLAB — the programming language engineers use to analyse data, create models in a virtual environment, and anticipate future risks and problems. And of course, along the way, you’ll also learn about key components and terms, like inverters, rectifiers, choppers, direct current, alternating current, and so much more. With lifetime access to every course, you can work through this mountain of knowledge all on your own terms.
Each course is usually £150 a pop, but for a limited time, you can